Complained and finally were successful, with all our original marks reinstated. So stick with it, even if the original appeal is turned down.
What really helped us was the fact that our previous coursework had never been changed and in fact moderation had praised how it had been conducted, so we were able to show major inconsistencies from year to year.
PM me if I can help at all. How did you find your other Edexcel results? Some of our Unit 1 results were shocking.
Best of luck, Jon. Never ever had my coursework marked down. It dropped a few excellent students out of A grade into B grade. In some cases it was moderated down from an A to a C or a B to a D.
I have spent the day on the phone to various universities with students. It has been a horrible day. Starting uni is full of surprises: Start new discussion Reply. T Follow 1 follower 14 badges Send a private message to W. Follow 1 This is for A-level unit 4 by the way My teacher isn't the most knowledgeable on this as its the first time the school has done this syllabus.
So I would really appreciate some heads up on some concerns of mine. Roughly how many sources would I be expected to bring in for each of the two essays? I mean, I get the idea that I start off with a point to make, and then check for books or articles that could back this up. But for example, how do I incorporate a view of a historian that I've found in a book. Also technique-wise would this be very similar to unit 2. Apparently for part B, I don't need to evaluate source material.
So does this literally mean that I could take things at face value? Follow 2 I'm currently doing my edexcel cw, I've so far got about 6 footnotes per page for part a, 4 per page for part b. I reckon I spend about 4 hours a week on this? C-Brown Follow 1 follower 11 badges Send a private message to A.
Follow 3 Which topic are you doing your coursework on? And about five sources in both part A and part B and you should be fine vital in part A. You only need to evaluate them in part A, and yes, it is very similar to the skills used in Unit 2 But that doesn't necessarily mean you can take part B sources at face value, but rather consider them in light of your own argument - where do they fit?
Do they challenge the view of another historian? Do you agree with the view of this historian? Use them to support your argument and prove a point.
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